Idea — Integrating Expert Systems with Applications
The Department of Medical Informatics has been involved in the construction of a variety of departmental information systems- In order to facilitate the development and to provide an uniform structure for such systems a software toolkit has been constructed: AIDA (Applied Interactive Design of Applications (1,2)). AIDA gives the (end-)user the opportunity to develop (medical) database systems virtually without any programming effort and it offers the possibility to maintain and adapt the system in a dynamic environment.
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